Upholstery & Fine Fabrics

First Class Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning provides upholstery and fine fabric cleaning services in Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Ulster & Westchester Counties. Call 845-224-5651 to learn more and schedule your appointment.

Whether a guest spilled wine on your new white sofa or a family heirloom tapestry has accumulated dust and dirt over the years, it’s important to take care when cleaning upholstery and fine fabrics. Instead of attempting to do it yourself and making the problem worse, it’s better to call in the experts. First Class Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning provides professional fabric care for residential and commercial customers throughout Hudson Valley. Call 845-224-5651 to schedule your free estimate.

Benefits of Professional Upholstery Cleaning

You have invested in the furniture throughout your home. By routinely caring for it, you can not only extend it’s life, but have it continue to look beautiful for years to come. 

Below are just a few of the many benefits you will get with professional upholstery cleaning services:

  • Remove dirt, stains, odors, germs, and more 
  • Eliminate the worn look of your most used furniture
  • Save money by extending the life of your furniture
  • Improve the air quality in your home
  • Safer and less stressful than doing it yourself

Did you know that your furniture can house all types of allergens? 

Allergens such as dust, pollen, pet dander, mold, and more will settle on your furniture. Over time, they get pushed deeper and deeper into the fibers of the fabric. The result? You get furniture that comes complete with - you guessed it, an endless amount of irritants!

A clean home is a happy home.  

Bring your furniture to life again when you invest in your furniture’s future with upholstery cleaning.

Upholstery Cleaning in Hudson Valley

We offer specialized cleaning services for a wide range of upholstered furniture, including:

    • Sofas
    • Loveseats
    • Recliners
    • Wingback chairs
    • Ottomans
    • Dining room chairs
    • Sectionals
    • Upholstered headboards
    • Throw pillows
    • Microsuede / Microfiber

In addition to cleaning upholstery, we can also provide Scotchgard protection to prevent future stains, deodorizing, and pet stain and odor treatment. We clean all types of upholstery, from velvet to microfiber and leather.

Fine Fabric Cleaning in Hudson Valley

If you own high-end furniture or area rugs made with fine fabrics or have other luxury fabric, tapestries, needlepoints, or quilts that are dry clean only, we can clean them right in your home for your convenience. We have the years of experience and skill needed to clean your items with the utmost care to ensure that they’ll last for decades to come.

Frequently Asked Questions About Upholstery and Fine Fabric Cleaning

How much does it cost to have a sofa cleaned?

The cost of cleaning a sofa depends on its size. Loveseats naturally cost less to clean than a large sectional. If you need additional treatments like Scotchgard or deodorizing, that will increase the cost as well.

How long will it take my furniture to dry?

In general, it takes about 5 to 7 hours for most furniture to dry completely. Keep in mind that different fabrics will dry at different rates. And, if you live in a humid climate - or it just happens to be a humid day - you will find that it takes a bit longer.

How can furniture odors impact the air quality in your home?

Different scents in the air, such as toxins and chemicals from a home renovation project or odors from cooking can rest in the fabric. So can body odor and pet odor. And, it’s no secret - fabrics hold odors. Over time, the buildup of all the odors can impact the quality of the air you breathe in your home.

Covering it up with air fresheners is only adding more chemicals into the air -- and it will eventually lose its effectiveness. Having your furniture cleaned professionally, however, can freshen the air once and for all. And it is a much healthier alternative for your family.

What is the best way to clean a fabric sofa?

The best way to clean a fabric sofa is by hiring a professional upholstery cleaner. Doing it yourself may damage the fabric, cause pilling, leave water stains, or create conditions for mold to grow in the cushions of your sofa.

How often should upholstery be cleaned?

It’s recommended that upholstery receives professional cleaning at least once a year. If you have pets, small children, or allergies, you may need to have your upholstery cleaned more often.

Is upholstery cleaning worth it?

Yes, upholstery cleaning is worth the cost. By having your furniture cleaned regularly, you’ll be extending its life, which saves you money in the long-term. Regular upholstery cleaning also ensures that you have a healthier home.

Can’t I just clean the upholstery myself?

There are DIY methods online that will show you how to clean upholstery. Unfortunately, not all fabrics are the same - and you could end up doing even more harm than good.

Professional cleaning is intensive and works deeply within heavy fabrics to ensure that they look fantastic while also extending their life. So, while you may think you are saving money with DIY versions, you are not getting the same type of thorough cleaning -- and you will likely find yourself buying new furniture sooner than you intended.

How can I prepare for my upholstery cleaning?

There are a few things you can do to get ready for your upholstery cleaning. For instance, you will want to remove the clutter on and around the furniture so it can be easily accessed. And, if possible, pull the furniture away from the wall so that it can be tended to from all sides.

If you have any pets - especially those that sit or jump on your furniture - you will want to have alternate accommodations for them until the furniture is dry.

Finally, you will also want to make a note of any concerns or blemishes, as well as any questions you’d like to ask while the professional team is at your house.

Call 845-224-5651 to schedule your appointment.

Call 845-224-5651 to learn more or schedule your free estimate.